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How safe is the area around 110th street and Lexington Avenue in NYC?

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ronf1 Feb 19, 2018
just cuz there are projects doesnt mean its bad. Its actually pretty safe at night just mind ur buisiness and you'll be fine.
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ronf1 Feb 19, 2018
Just cuz there are projects dont make it bad its relatively safe at night actually just mind your buisiness and u'll be fine.
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jerez88 2yrs+
from a scale of 1-10 its about a 6.. mainly because of the housing projects towards the left side of 110th street.. but as always the area is changing with new developments on the rise
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jakesoky 2yrs+
Well, during the day just like any other neighborhood its safe, but at night it tends to get dangerous. Just google "Nymag nyc crime pdf" and see if you like the area. (Note, its on the Upper East Side portion of the map)
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